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Attorney General Tim Fox Encourages YCC Grads

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BILLINGS - Montana Attorney General Tim Fox was in the Magic City Saturday to honor the students graduating from Yellowstone Christian College. KULR-8 photographer Jessica Hilgendorf brings us the sights and sounds of Saturday's ceremony.

"Today is just kind of a celebration. Just a lot of hard work over the last--for me--it's been three years, some have been two, some five, six years," said YCC graduate Caleb Hamilton.

"It's a relief and it's also kind of a springboard onto the rest of the future and everything life can bring," said Brad Schuler, YCC graduate.

"They're geared up and ready to go, and I'll pray for them and going to encourage them and I'm sure their family and friends will too," Montana Attorney General Tim Fox said.

"Me and my fiancé are looking into getting involved in missionary work," said Schuler.

"I'm hoping to be a youth pastor and work with junior high and high school students. I would love to do that. It's kind of my heart," Hamilton said.

"I'm encouraged by the plans that we heard these young and old graduates say that they have to serve others in the future. It bodes well for this community and this state and our country," Fox said.

Nearly fifty people were in attendance during Saturday's ceremony.


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